Let me start off with this first: I've been a loyal Android fan for a couple of years. The Droid X was the phone that set me off into the wonderful land of Android. I did everything from rooting it, flashing roms, loading themes, running Jakebitez mod, etc... After I heard news of a phone that was about to land on verizon with an unlocked bootloader, my heart skipped a beat. I was thrilled about being able to run the incredibly fast kernals that I've only heard about. The fact that this was a Nexus device just sweetened the deal. I set my sights on this phone, following from when it was originally dubbed the "Nexus Prime" to where it was official that Samsung was releasing the Nexus device and calling it the Galaxy Nexus. Around that time, the 4s released and my mom picked it up. I played around with it and thought "well the camera is nice and the touch screen is smooth, but it's Apple. Apple is the dark side". In December, I was finally able to pick up the Galaxy Nexus. I held it in my hands and cradled it like a newborn child the first day I had it. I loved ICS and how smooth it ran. I loved the graphics and the aesthetics of the GUI, but as time went on, I grew bored. I modded it and even ran a kernal in an attempt to reinvigorate the pride of owning a GNexus. It didn't work. I then played around with the 4s my mom had, and I liked it. That's when I considered the possibility of jumping ship. I still have some doubts though. Should I allow the Nexus more time to grow on me? Will I have buyer's remorse by keeping the nexus? Will I have buyer's remorse if I jump ship for a 4s? I've considered pulling up a list of pros and cons for moving to the 4s. Pros -better camera quality -better screen resolution -more compact -an amazing array of apps -better build quality -way better cases -ios 5 -the phone looks and feels great Cons -Apple's myriad of restrictions -Non-removable battery (if it freezes, your SOL) -NO 4G -Jailbreaking actually slows down the device -Customization is limited -I've lost a ton of money spent on apps for Android -Lack of support for flash (yeah, yeah, i know its going out but i still find that many sites use it) -The possibility of Apple releasing a 4g iphone this year will may make me regret getting a 4s This is all i can think of right now. I know my intro was probably too long (it's late and i felt like a story needed to be told) but it would be great to have some input from the community.